Practitioners

Tomomi WatanabeMia Watanabe Crockett

I was born in Japan, but travelled extensively before choosing to make Vancouver my home.

I studied at the Canadian College of Shiatsu Therapy and graduated in 2007. After being given a book about Tao Shiatsu from a friend, I was inspired to further my learning by studying with Endo Sensei in Kyoto. When I returned to Canada, I continued studying Tao Shiatsu in Montreal and Toronto. The path of the Tao is a life-long committment to learning, and am currently furthering my studies in Level II.

I am a registered Shiatsupractor in British Columbia with the Canadian Shiatsu Society of BC, and as a Tao Shiatsu Level I Practioner with the International Tao Shiatsu Society.

As a Tao Shiatsu Therapist, I am committed to my patients and my practice, continuing my studies, and offering treatments to an international clientele in Vancouver and Japan.

 


 

Lee Watanabe Crockett

Lee is an optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together through connection and compassion.
He is an author, speaker, designer, inspirational thinker and the creative force behind some of the most exciting transformations in education happening worldwide today. In life, Lee believes in creating balance in the reality of a digital present and future. As such, he has cultivated skills in Aikido, studied tea ceremony while living in Japan, as well as studied painting in Florence. He also studies traditional Zen Buddhist music which he performs on a Shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute.

Lee has a curiosity about life and the shared human experience. This curiosity is infectious, as anyone who has heard Lee speak can tell you. His desire is to share the teachings and experiences he feels fortunate to be receiving as a student and practitioner of Tao Shiatsu.